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$ makedepend The program 'makedepend' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt-get install xutils-dev You will have to enable the component called 'main' For future, typing the command automatically searches it inside repository and suggests variants of packages which can be installed in case the command not found in system.
If you want all of the options that the Ubuntu patched kernel sources offer, then you need to apply all of the patches that Ubuntu applies to the kernel. The easiest way to do this is to just download the kernel sources from the Ubuntu repos. You can track the most recently Ubuntu patched kernel sources with git clone ...
You need the linux headers when you plan to develop and compile on the machine where you've installed Ubuntu. If you build an appliance dedicated to a specific task, you are certainly not willing to compile on it. If you need to compile your own application, you will do this on an different system. A development one and copy the compiled code to the ...
768MB of RAM was enough to compile the 3.11.0 kernel where ARCH=x86_64. Note that 640MB was not enough. In this case the .config file was modified to localmodconfig and later on some options were disabled and others enabled. The resulting .config file size is 86458 bytes.
It does not matter, there is no difference in kernels any more. The only differences is the installer and the default packages. Once installed you can have exactly the same OS configured, no matter if you start from the server or desktop installer. What's the difference between desktop and server? The first difference is in the CD contents. The ...
I am running Ubuntu 13.10 on my Surface Pro (with touch cover) and I am facing the same problem (which I fixed!) the shutdown -h now command works after a while, it gets stuck there for 2 or more minutes, my guess is that it forces the shutdown/reboot, which is not good. The problem is that network-manager does not quit when the signal for KILL is passed ...
It looks like you need to rebuild some proprietary drivers. While using 3.2.0-60, make sure that you have the linux-headers with the same version installed. Then open jockey-gtk and check if any proprietary drivers are being proposed for the wifi. If it is the case, then try to disable then re-enable the drivers, which will force the system to rebuild them ...
You compiled backports against your currently running kernel only. That means that when a later kernel version is installed by Update Manager, you must recompile: cd ~/Desktop/backports-3.13-rc2-1 <-or wherever you downloaded the file make clean make defconfig-rtlwifi <-or whatever suite you compiled make sudo make install Another option is to ...
$ apt-cache search makedepend xutils-dev - X Window System utility programs for development So you have to install xutils-dev package(which includes the program makedepend) .Install xutils-dev package by running the below command on terminal, sudo apt-get install xutils-dev
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